Hear TV Better

Is the TV too loud for those around you?

 

Sennheiser has been producing specialised hearing devices for the tv for over 30 years.

Numerous versions are available giving longer battery life, embedded programs to hear more clearly, and greater range.

  • plenty of volume

  • balance adjustment between left and right ears

  • hear from other rooms

  • recharges automatically when placed on the transmitter

  • provides peace for others in your household; and

  • the headset turns on and off automatically

Connecting to your TV

  • The transmitter connects to an Audio out on the TV
     

  • If you have an optical output (also called TOSLink), you must use the second model, or purchase an optional optical converter and optical cable for an additional $80
     

  • If you have a Coaxial audio output (also called S/PDIF or SPDIF) you must purchase an optional coaxial converter and cable for an additional $80, regardless of which model you choose.

Transmitter connects to TV

Up to 50m range

  - 9 hrs use

  - $279

Optional

- optical/coaxial adaptor

   including optical lead - additional $80

Up to 70m range

  - includes optical input

  - includes optical lead

  - 12 hrs use

  - 3 listening programs

  - $479

Hi-Fi and Sound Enthusiasts  - Just for you!

This model is just for you!

 

  • Up to 100 metres range

  • Music listening mode which reproduces music with an increased dynamic range

  • Adjustable Balance control for right/left volume adjustment

  • Enclosed headphones with excellent digital wireless audio transmission

  • Selectable noise suppression mode for superior speech intelligibility

  • Selectable hearing boost presets to optimize your sound experience (7 hearing profiles)

  • Extremely comfortable ear pads and headband cushions, with adjustable headband

  • Transmitter also functions as easy-charge docking station

  • Operating time up to 18hrs

The transmitter connects to an Audio out on the TV, either RCA or optical output.

If connecting to a Coaxial audio output (also called S/PDIF or SPDIF) you must purchase an optional coaxial converter and cable for an additional $80.

$639

Do you have a telecoil on your hearing aid or cochlear implant?

 

Receiver with earbuds or neckloop has:

 

  • plenty of volume

  • hear from other rooms

  • recharges automatically when placed on the transmitter

  • provides peace for others in your household; and

  • the headset turns on and off automatically when you place it in the charger

The transmitter connects to an Audio out on the TV, either RCA or optical output.

If connecting to a Coaxial audio output (also called S/PDIF or SPDIF) you must purchase an optional coaxial converter and cable for an additional $80.

 

 

Including earbuds (or connect your own headphones)

- $329

Including neckloop

- $409

 $225

HomeLoop System kit - 

(works with the Telecoil on your hearing aid or cochlear implant)           

 

The homeloop system is the best system for people who wear hearing aids with telecoil (also called T-switch).

 

Our Managing Director, and numerous members of his extended family (including his children), use these in their homes

  • no need to wear an extra receiver

  • the hearing loop transmits directly to the Telecoil of your hearing aid or cochlear implant

  • no limit to the number of people who can listen - limited only by the size of your room!

  • provides peace for others in your household - because the TV won't be so loud!

The kit includes

  • Home loop amplifier

  • Loop Cable

  • Clips for the cable

  • connection kit

The Home loop amplifier connects to an Audio out on the TV (RCA connector)

If you have an optical output (also called TOSLink), you must purchase an optional optical converter and optical cable for an additional $80.

If you have a Coaxial audio output (also called S/PDIF or SPDIF), you must purchase an optional coaxial converter and cable for an additional $80.

Optional - optical/coaxial adaptor including optical lead - additional $80

Optional - Installation in NSW and ACT

 

Hearing Connections can install the home loop system in your home, for an additional fee.

This service is available for Sydney, parts of NSW and the ACT.

If you are interested in this service, please email me at team@hearconnect.com.au 

 

 

 $529

MaxiPro

Choose headphones, neckloop, stethoclip or earbuds

 

Includes

  • Bluetooth connection for your mobile phone

  • Amplification for speech

  • Adjust volume, treble and bass to hear clearly

  • Connect to your TV with the remote TV transmitter, which has an optical input

If you have a Coaxial audio output (also called S/PDIF or SPDIF) you must purchase an optional coaxial converter and cable for an additional $80.

 

 
 
 
 
 

ABN: 74 315 534 566

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